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The human genome contains hundreds of repeats of the 3.3-kb family in regions associated with heterochromatin. Additionally we are shipping and many more products for this protein.
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Report shows that full-length DUX1 is actively transported into the nuclei of transfected C2C12 myoblasts, and that DUX1 homeodomains contain the signals required for this localization.
The human genome contains hundreds of repeats of the 3.3-kb family in regions associated with heterochromatin. The DUX gene family, including DUX1, resides within these 3.3-kb repeated elements (Beckers et al., 2001
double homeobox protein 1
, double homeobox, 1